[ROVERNET - UK] Wanted P6 dash top

Pfvandermeulen at cs.com Pfvandermeulen at cs.com
Thu Mar 29 16:24:34 BST 2007

Robert Pinner <robert at clocksoft.com> wrote:

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>Subject: [ROVERNET - UK] Wanted P6 dash top
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>I'm in the process of building a replica of the Copperleaf Red P6 rally
>cars. It's a project I picked up after it had been abandoned by someone
>else a couple of years ago.
>I'm just about ready to get the navigators panel made up. My research
>shows the top dashboard panel is different to the standard P6 item and
>gives more clearance for the extra dials and trip meter etc. Rather than
>try and get this re-made, I've come to the conclusion that using a LHD
>dashtop from a P6 with round instruments will give the clearance I need
>and will look close enough to the original.
>Can anyone help in my quest for a LHD dashboard top? I'm in the UK but
>will gladly pay postage from overseas. I'm not too bothered if it will
>need recovering.
>Offers please to robert at clocksoft.com
>Robert Pinner.
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>hello robert,i posted the dash top this afternoon to the address in the email not the address on paypal. best regards peter

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